Saturday February 22, 2020

Cliff Taylor on our economic figures, Borde Gáis and Ryanair

Money in, money out. You might think the exchequer finances are designed to confuse. (And you might be right!)

27th July, 2013
'Unless second quarter economic figures are better, flexibility will shrink rapidly'.

Money in, money out. You might think the exchequer finances are designed to confuse. (And you might be right!)

As they head off for their August break, ministers have been arguing about how a bit of room for manoeuvre in the budget should be spent. The question is whether it will be there when they get back in September.

We all know the promissory note saves €1 billion and that we could allocate some or...

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